19 Best Powder Cleansers & Dry Scrubs to Polish Your Face to Perfection

Updated 2 July, 2019

19 BEST POWDER CLEANSERS & DRY SCRUBS TO POLISH YOUR FACE TO PERFECTION

Published by Glowsly by Maya Adivi

Powder cleansers and dry scrubs are such a simple innovation that it is genuinely shocking they haven’t been a skin care staple for decades. These cleansing powders and powder exfoliants are fun and easy to use, so they are a worthy thing to try.

I feel like dry scrubs turn my bi-weekly exfoliation habit into an adventure in which I get to become my own chemist, while powder cleansers are great for frequent travelers that don’t want to get bogged down with liquids.

If you’re considering switching over to #teampowder, then I’m here to help! I’ve gathered all of the best powder cleansers and dry scrubs for you to try. I’ll also make sure you fully understand what dry scrubs and powder cleansers are, how they work, their pros and cons, and what the best way to use them is. I’ve peppered the whole article with quite a few tips, so that you can get dry scrubbing.

Powder Cleansers & Dry Scrubs to Polish Your Face to Perfection: Contents

19 Best Powder Cleansers & Dry Scrubs
What Are Powder Cleansers & Dry Scrubs and How Do They Work?
How Are Dry Scrubs Different From Traditional Scrubs?
What Should You Mix Your Dry Scrub or Powder Cleanser with?
Pros & Cons of Powder Cleansers and Dry Scrubs
How to Use Powder Cleanser
How to Use Dry Scrub

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This cleansing powder exfoliant is a choice you really can’t go wrong with. It has a blend of ingredients to prevent premature aging as well as acne, and it is gentle enough for even sensitive skin. It exfoliates with a soft blend of powders that won’t irritate the skin.

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I feel like dry scrubs turn my bi-weekly exfoliation habit into an adventure in which I get to become my own chemist.

— Maya Adivi

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Acacia collagen is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless dried extract from the stem of the acacia tree grown in Africa, the Near East, India, and the southern United States. Widely used for over 4,000 years as a soothing and anti-inflammatory agent and a product thickening agent, Acacia collagen dissolves rapidly in water and is typically included in products recommended for dry, sensitive or delicate skin.